4 Possible Causes of Multiple Sclerosis


It’s possible that bacterial or virus infections caught in childhood or early adulthood may trigger MS in later life. However, despite numerous research projects in this area, scientists have been unable to point to any particular virus or infection that triggers MS.

The brain’s defense system against viruses may offer clues as to what goes wrong in MS. Find out more.

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One comment

  1. Anita Potter says:

    I was born with Pyloric Stenosis, only second female to be operated on in UK 1943. I was diagnosed with Scleroderma in 1995, my son born 1965 was diagnosed with MS in 1996. Could there be an overlap of all 3 conditions, son was first born.

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